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just use a fan to suck air out of the top of the van, use hoses to exit the van, maybe even two intake places and two exits and exit the air somewhere discrete, out a wheel well, if you want to be stealthy. Use a small battery powered fan. It's really about air movement and the tremendous amount of moisture people and animals generate. It's why many serious backpackers use tarps instead of tents because tents trap a tremendous amount of moisture which can be very cold and wet whereas a tarp lets the air flow. Hence, you will be warmer and dryer in late fall with an open tarp then with a tent. If you could leave your windows open that would work or a roof vent?
I've heard charcoal briquettes will work
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Posted:Jan 28, 2009
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